Desktop Defender 2010


Desktop Defender 2010 is a rogue anti-spyware program, a total scam which has to be removed as soon as it is detected by security software of your PC. DesktopDefender2010 is designed just like its initials Contraviro and even “famous” VirusMelt, so don’t be surprised by its security notifications that will lead you straight away to its “official” website. There, with a reason to rip people off, a “full” version of this malware is promoted, so please don’t fall into pop-up ads which claim that purchasing Desktop Defender 2010 would be useful for your computer.

To avoid being tricked by the rogue called Desktop Defender 2010, all the PC users should take a closer sight to the malicious tactics which is used by it. Desktop Defender 2010 sneaks to the compromised computer through the use of malware, Trojans, worms or other scams. Once installed, program drops its fake files and later states them as infections. For doing that successfully, there are numerous system scanners displayed that all imitate checking the computer for parasites. As the only solution, the “full” version of Desktop Defender 2010 is offered to be purchased but you should act in the opposite way. Please, remove the malware called Desktop Defender 2010 as soon as it is detected in the  system of your PC.

One Response to “Desktop Defender 2010”

  1. Justin says:

    The sad thing is I knew it was a scam but I thought I had no other choice. I turned on my computer and it was a black screen and I couldnt access anything and that stupid Desktop Defender 2010 kept popping up. So i thought the only way to get rid of it was to buy it. It was too late before I figured ctrl+alt+del to get into task manager. it wasnt working at first but I finally got into it to access the internet. I had to talk to people over the phone “indian” it sounded like, couldnt understand a damn thing they said and they kept saying they would e-mail me the serial number. I was pissed because I couldnt even access my e-mail cause of the damn virus. Anyway is there a way to sue or get money back since it is a total scam?